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Ready for Election Day? Know Your Voting District

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Nov 062018
 

Election Day is Tuesday, November 6.

Voting hours are 6 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Town offices remain open but schools are closed.

Voting Locations: District 114: Mary L Tracy School

Districts 117 & 119: High Plains Community Center, 525 Orange Center Road.

If you are new to town, Click HERE  for a video from 2013 when the new districts were determined. 

District 1 — [Congress District 3, Senate 14, Assembly 114]

District 2 — [Congress District 3, Senate 14, Assembly 117]

District 3 — [Congress District 3, Senate 14, Assembly 119]

Today is Election Day: Do You Know Where To Vote?

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Nov 032015
 

Vote+CheckmarkToday,Tuesday, Nov. 3 is Election Day.

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

This year there is a TWO-SIDED Ballot, so don’t forget to turn it over and fill it out completely.

We have a Democratic Governor SO the Dems are row A and the Republicans are Row B

Where do you vote?

District 1 will vote at Mary L. Tracy School. Here is your ballot.

Districts 2 and 3 will vote at High Plains Community Center.

All schools and the Orange transfer station will be open.

Orange has three (3) different districts and two (2) polling places.

[If you don’t know what voting district you’re in… then how about going by Congressional Districts]

Those living in the 114th District will vote at Mary L. Tracy School. Go to High Plains Community Center to vote if you live in the 117th or 119th Districts.

Choose wisely, your future depends on it. If you need help choosing the “right” candidate, watch debates and meetings on OGAT’s Video on Demand (link is on the upper left of this page) and decide if your candidate is a decision maker, someone who cares more about Orange and its people than themselves, can make his or her decisions based on what’s right for the town and not just what his or her party’s interest is. Is your candidate a gadfly, baby, finger-pointer or a whiner?

If you don’t know the person, but he or she already is on a commission, board or committee, then he or she will have shown his or her true colors during a meeting. The Video On Demand goes back to June 2015 [click on the numbers at the bottom of the listings to advance to an older page] and there is plenty to choose from before the polls close tonight at 8 p.m.

After you vote come back to Orange Live for the results.

If there are no voting machine complications etc, we should have the answers by no later than 8:45 p.m.

Important Information About Election Day

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Oct 102013
 

21389649_SS[The Orange Municipal] Election Day 2013 falls on Tuesday, Nov. 5.

All schools and the Orange transfer station will be open.

Orange has three (3) different districts and two (2) polling places.

Those living in the 114th District will vote at Mary L. Tracy School; Go to High Plains Community Center to vote if you live in the 117th or 119th Districts.

Here is a video I shot of Town Clerk Pat O’Sullivan explaining the redistricting map when it was first done.